Le Moulin du Chateau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Stopover en route to Basse gorges du Verdon. Wild camping in the town. We sneaked in a canoe trip in the morning but as we returned the storms were brewing. Just as we left the heavens opened up. It didn't stop until 9.30 pm. We couldn't find the Aire so we pulled up in the village battened down the hatches and watched England V France Ladies in the World Cup Football. We are in bed early as we plan a drive ...
This really is one of the most beautiful, yet unsung, holiday spots in the world. June is a perfect time to be here without the crowds. We have been lucky to get one of the best emplacements overlooking the lake. The facilities are sound. Our tent has been great and apart from one half of one of our beds deflating we have slept well. We like camping here! We took an electric boat out down the foot of the gorge. Lovely views but boat really slow. Bloke and a dog on a ...
Ohlala I see I see the fields of Lavender and the smell is incredible. Rows and rows just as imagined only better as you get the scent, with the car windows down whizzing through the countryside each corner another vista to enjoy. We are on a French high – doing what we have dreamed of. The French hill town of Moustiers Saint Maries was a lovely stop after driving up through the Verdon where canoying and climbing is popular and around Lake Saint Croix. We ...
... over fields, farms, and sheep before landing in a field next to a small road. We were surprised by how quickly the time had gone by and wished we could have flown for a bit longer; our pilot said that if we hadn’t landed there, we would have been in the woods which would be problematic!
We landed first and then waited in the basket (for the weight) until the other balloon landed. They almost landed in a crop so the ground crew took hold of ropes ...
... doesn't tell you when the battery is low so you have no idea until it suddenly won't turn on.)
The wonderful ladies in the Tourist office charged my battery but it meant I had to wait around and delay my departure.
I had planned the trip on Google Maps and written down every road number to follow. Unfortunately when I got to a roundabout, road I needed to take was not numbered and I ended up on the edges of Grasse and in the middle of peak hour ...